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done more to rock the latino vote than anyone else in her generation. then we ran into one of the finest biographers and had to ask him about steve jobs. he died a year ago today, but his legacy lives on. find out why steve jobs still matters so much to apple, and what he's writing next. >>> what about coca-cola the company is partnering with one of the most successful inventors. an odd couple that might get things right and meet a different jeff gordon than the nascar champion that talks about winning outside the track. it's a story that you probably never heard before. but first rosario dawson. >> gavin: so what brought you to the cause of vote latino. >> 2003 marked a major turning point in the history latinos were the largest minority in the country. we had been hearing about the latin ways for a long time, and that was the real latin ways right here. not just in hollywood but all over in the country. now we have the census to back it up and have the numbers. it's an incredible opportunity to reach out to a demographic that is affected very negatively by the economy job
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of targeting key groups like students, women and latino voters. our political team writing one of the most powerful underkurnlt currents of this election is the democratic advantage for the democrats. every poll has found and the bottom line, demography is an advantage for president obama and a challenge for mitt romney. let me bring in the senior political editor, mark murray. mark prior to the poll last week we saw hugely with women. that's closed depending on the polls we've looked at. we continue to see a huge leak with the president with the latino voters. the issue is demographics in the latino community shows up to vote if they support the president. >> that's right. enthusiasm does matter, but in a way look at this election is demography, is destiny. the nbc/"wall street journal" pollsters did something interesting where they merged the data from this summer as well as the two big sur vas in september and measured it with the exit polls from 2008. actually, it showed some erosion for president obama from 2008 with white independents. those folks obama narrowly lost in 2008 and he's
and the president's kept in the race because of latino support in colorado as well. >> let's talk a little bit more, jonathan, about women in colorado and nevada, because the president has gone from double-digit leads to single-digit leads there, obviously still leading among women but you have a lot of attention being paid frankly because of things that people like mourdock has said, the war on women, do you think that will turn around? is the president going to expand his lead again? what's going on with the women vote in these key battleground states? >> that's an interesting question because i've been trying to figure that out as well. i mean, the republicans have handed the democrats in general and the president in particular plenty of material to show the contrast and the differences between the president and governor romney when it comes to women's issues and you remember from i believe it was the second debate when the president made the all-important pivot from talking about choice and women's health to economic issues. talking about how, you know, making contraception available to women i
to the california, his 17th, he did a public event aimed at the latino vote in the central valley of california where he inaugurated the cesar chavez national monument, the headquarters of the united farm workers. this was a very big deal and it really sort of dramatizes the importance of the latino vote, not just in california but everywhere in these swing states. when you're talking about colorado, nevada, this is a must-win vote. he's ahead by a very wide margin, but you've got to get that vote energized and pumped up. >> coming back to the debate, joe biden, the democrats loved it but he was criticized for being a little too hot, a little too much smiling, laughing too much and interrupting. obama had been interrupted for being too cool. is this like the goldilocks debate? too hot, too cool and just right next week? >> obama has a challenge because after being so low key at the first one, he has to come out swinging at the one on tuesday. you know, he can't be two different personalities. but the fact is -- there's a lot at stake at these debates. it's not just about the undecided vote. the
is interested in the economy, most of the polling shows that latino, asians, who expect to be interested in something different are seeing economy as a top issue. i think as latino and asian voters and other minority voters, what we want to hear about what does this data mean to me, to the bottom line. i'd love to see that happen in the debates. the actual voter. how is the dream going to be accessible to be. >> which is what biden does really, really well. >> you know what's interesting, melissa, stepping back for a minute, part of the problem with the debates and the natural discussion, we tend to agree with what the facts are. we can't agree what the structural issues are. if we can't agree that this number is the number under the deficit or this platform is the platform for taxes, how can you have a substantive debate? >> the republicans have actively attempted to say that numbers can be manipulated. >> sure. >> we had 7, 8% job numbers. i do think if we're going to have -- we have to have agreement about what constitutes evidence. >> that's my point about why i think biden is a much
're probably not going to win there. and one of the primary reasons is because latinos in that state are just fed up with republicans. not so much on rhetoric, but because of the policies how do you fix that in your party and how frustrated are you? >> i'm not quite sure if it is policies and i'll tell you why. remember that the president's been very good. he promised in his first 12 months, he gave his word, to the country, and to the latino population in the country in particular that within the first 12 months he was going to do comprehensive immigration reform. he didn't do it. but by the way, look, look at senator reid's election. he did exceedingly well latino population because he promised he was going to present and pass the dream act. he did it. he did a version of it, by the way, without talking to anybody else. but then after that, after the election, he doesn't mention it anymore. he doesn't do it anymore. he hasn't even proposed it anymore. so we see this time and time again. so it really is rhetoric. it's not policy. on the policies, look at the increase in poverty. the group of
and party so ail len yated the fastest-growing demographic group in the country, the latino community. why shouldn't the campaign want that part, a blupt comment comm is true and will matter come election night? >> it's actually very similar to something he said before. >> absolutely. >> a year ago at univision forum where he talked about how he would run against republicans and said essentially all he would have to do is run debate clips from the republican presidential primary and the republicans were saying things about illegal immigrants and things like that and saying sort of -- not necessarily disparaging comments but framing them in a way that might not be to people's likings and interesting. i think they tried to have it off the record and speaks to both campaigns overly cautious in the last 13 days. >> yeah. >> they don't want to draw attention to anything that will turn in to a twitter moment, a youtube moment. so that i think is really what is behind this but i think ultimately it's pretty harmless comment. >> yeah. >> that he made. and a true comment. >> he said it's not a rela
thing he said that was really interesting is that latinos -- should i win a big reason will be because the republican nominee and party have so alienated the fastest-growing demographic group in the country the latino community. if the turnout is over 9%, obama should win the lead among them is massive. do you think that turnout will be the thing to make the difference in nevada, colorado, florida, perhaps virginia, those competitive states with growing latino populations? >> if obama wins colorado and virginia you have to attribute it in part to that margin. when's sort of interesting, that's difficult to measure well and not all pollsters using spanish-speaking interviews and the rest but the nbc news/"wall street journal" poll i believe gave president obama 70% and the same as the decisions poll of the last week. that's actually slightly higher than percentage than the exit poll four years ago and equals the margin of four years ago, that's something different from everybody else except probably african-american voters where the numbers have gone down so i think that's right. >> mar
out is latinos are underpolled nationwide partly because of a language barrier. you don't get an accurate reading and we talked about before in 2010 colorado, harry reid, a lot of latinos there. they trailed sharon engel by three points at the end and he wins. they're not correctly polling latinos and hispanics. virginia is a huge thing. 80% of the state, and a 92% increase since 2000. if you see an irregularity or differentiation from the polling in colorado, virginia, florida and perhaps florida on election night because they didn't correctly poll lati teenotices. >> virginia will come down to the d, democrats. 200,000 defense jobs are on the line with that sequestration looming on the horizon. the president knows that. i think george allen and tim kainen that. george allen has a new ad talking about it. >> the defense cuts tim kaine are threatening over 200,000 virginia jobs. the solution is to raise taxes. that will cost even more jobs. >> i think there's making a big deal about this because then it's crucial in the state economy. it will trickle up to the presidential ele
in to this column today on the strength of three different factors. two of them having to do with the latino vote. the demographics have shifted in favor of democrats even since 2008. our friend nate cohn pointed out 69% to 65.5% over 4 years, 150,000 more african-americans registered and 300,000 more registered hispanics. plurality of which are registered as democrats and demographics moved and also latinos are energized about the election. 87% nationwide of registered latinos say they'll cast a ballot. 45% said they're more excited than they were in 2008. the numbers up and increasing week by week and very encouraging for the president in florida but, you know, the last factor that actually caused me to move the state in to the blue column is sandy and that's why i moved it just today because i think florida's a state where people really understand the importance of fema, the importance of an effective and strong national response to disasters and i think the president's leadership here as close as the race is in florida could be enough to move it in his favor. >> well, not surprisingly, my rac
for months that african-americans and latinos have been very supportive of the president. and one indication with latinos we have seen in a recent poll is that enthusiasm has continued to go up. this is very important for the president because it translates that support into votes. but even more importantly, what we have seen is very high levels of enthusiasm in battleground states. so we see about 50 to 55% enthusiasm for the election. but when we look at nevada and florida, we're seeing upwards of 70%. on the flip side with women, we're seeing a bit more of uncertainty. in the past couple polls in the past two week, we have seen some bopping around. and in 2010 the republican party made gains with women in the midterm election. >> in terms of enthusiasm, one way we can look at that is to see how much endurance people are willing to invest in the process of voting. i want to show you a picture that our producer tweeted out today. people trying to vote in north houston. this was the overflow room for early voting in houston, texas. just a huge crowd of people turning out in order to stand in
for this to happen it's very unusual for the area. now this morning police are looking for a latino man that looks like this sketch. he's described in his mid 20s, 5'10" tall with a medium build and wearing dark clothing at the time. last tuesday a man was walking home on the stevens creek trail with his backpack in his hand when a suspect approached him from the back and tried to grab the back -- bag. there was a struck struggle and both men fell fell to the ground. the victim was able to get away and call 911. they are warning walkers to be aware of their surroundings. if you have any information about this incident, you are asked to call mountain view police. reporting live janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> time now 5:05. public safety concerns may force -- they accused the vice ultra lounge of violating its conditional use permit. serving alcohol outside of permit hours. the city also says since 2009, the police have responded to 30 fights and made dozens of arrests for public intoxication. now tomorrow night the walnut creek planning commission will review the permit. >>> new this m
particularly to latino voters continuing to extend that big differential, that big gap with mitt romney. what has happened so far today? >> reporter: well, president obama here announcing that the home of cesar chavez is now a national monument. this is a historic day but also certainly one that resonates for latino voters, not just in california, but in swing states like virginia, north carolina, nevada, and florida, swing states where it really does matter. if you look at the polls, president obama is leading mitt romney by about 72% to 20%. however, the big question is about turnout, and that's going to be the challenge, the obama campaign mobilizing their ground game. >> thanks so much kristin. and we'll be right back to "clear the air." [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. but i still have a runny nos
to important demographic groups, including women, latino and white men. part of getting those voters to the polls including mining into the personal lives. "the new york times" writes the campaign has planted software to see if they frequent evangelical or erotic websites. voters with religious websites might have religion friendly messages when they return to the campaign's website. thank you so much for your time. you wrote about this. we know that retailers do this. they study our profile and study where we like to shop. it's logical that the campaigns would be doing this. >> absolutely. this is the cutting edge of using all the tools available to them. i think the issue is, though, a lot is done to influence voting habits. i wrote a book called "the power of habit" that looks at how target tries to take advantage of shoppers to figure out who is pregnant. the fact campaigns are doing it shouldn't be surprised. they feel that exam pains and politics are different from stores and retailers. the privacy of the voting booth they think extending into their homes and that's not true. >
occurred. let's take a closer look at the sketch of this man. he's described as a latino man in his mid-20s, 5'10" with medium to heavy build. he was wearing dark clothing and a dark baseball hat at the time of the attack. police say last tuesday he was approaching by another man. officers say there was a struggle and they both fell to the ground. the victim was able to get away, went home and called 911. most people we spoke to this morning didn't know about the attack. while some were alarmed, others say it won't prompt them to change their route. >> only if it becomes prevalent do i work about it. >> reporter: but you won't strange your route? >> no, not unless there's some stronger reason. >> reporter: even if there was a stronger robbery and -- strong robbery with no represents used, police say this is rare. they say robberies and april estimated robberies just -- and attempted robberies just don't happen in mountain view. right now, i'm getting together the statistics to show how rare these robberies are here. right now, you can see nobody is on the trail. we've seen many joggers and
in milwaukee and in ohio and some latino communities. we know that these billboards are put up to intimidate people, scare them off from voting, because there's a lot of mythology around what happens if, for example, you vote and you didn't pay your parking tipgts or you vote and you didn't pay child support or you voted and you didn't show up for jury duty. those kinds of things make people think, oh, no, i need to stay away, and so what we had to do is we have to educate voters. we have to do a countervailing balance because we know that there are people who don't want african-americans and latinos to vote. >> let me ask you about this countervailing because it seems to me that part of what happens is if you take what folks are meant to be doing, what their actually jobs are, and you say, okay, instead of doing that or you have to do that but you also now have to educate voters, have you to put up new billboards, then you actually add this kind of additional burden, this additional cost to folks for just attempting to vote. is that what this is? it's sort of in the end that no whaert what
talk about research and p.o.s. does the polling for one sub-group, latinos -- >> so you're the conspirators on the left wing of the polling. >> barack obama is ahead by 50 points with latinos. the question is, their enthusiasm was less than 2008. that is another aspect. >> my thinking had been, while it was mathematically possible for romney to get the electoral votes without ohio, michigan, pennsylvania, that was like a three or four-cushion shot in pool. is ohio what we should be looking at more than anything else? >> that is a good question. it is much easier for mitt romney to win the presidency if he wins ohio. i entered this election cycle believing that there were three key states instead of just florida and ohio. i would add virginia to that list. the next half level down is north carolina. clearly, governor romney is stronger in florida and virginia. those are very competitive states right now. all i know is someplace where he does need a significant comeback. fred's points are well-taken. for a lot of voters, the election started last night. if he is going to h
to congressman steve king first. >> according to this day datacenter of iowa latinos make up 5 percent of the state's population. the fourth district have latino populations of more than 10%. five other counties, including here, a population of more than 5%. congressman king, what is your plan to deal with illegal immigration while still making i a lot of warm and welcoming place for new immigrants? .. first of all, we need to remember that we are all god's children created in his image. there has to be dignity provided for all human beings, but the united states of america like any other nation, if we're going to be a nation, we have to have a border. if you don't protect the border and decided comes and goes, you're not a nation of all. at the center of this is the rule of law. the rule of law is one of the essential pillars of american exceptional as an. i stood clearly on that issue. most of the laws that we need out there, and i would add one more to it. it is called a new idea act is, and it is the new. the acronym stands for a illegal deductions act. breezy iras into the enforce
, it will be due to the latino vote. reporter: yes, there is a skeptical side of me that said that was all. they didn't then get reporters to focus on the wind. eventually put it on the record so they know that the latino section was a focused and apart that he wants focused on. but i do not think overall the ploy worked. if they were that good. if you look at the front page of the des moines register today, it does not seem too flattering. it is a split screen on the front page. one have says ronnie closes with optimism, the other half is a picture of president obama and says obama sharpens criticism. they are not really good pictures. now come of that paper could endorse president obama in coming days. but i don't know if the off the record thing work for president obama speech you iowa is very important in this home stretch. if you so much, good to see you. bill: he is precisely right about these battleground states and the advertisements. you can time it every time the station goes to a commercial break. i think you are exactly right. >> how many times can you get hit over the head wit
to the number. hispanic and latino unemployment. quickly, if you look the at the graphic from 2008 to 2012 and you look at the difference here and the numbers as they're adding up. you're talking about 10% overall unemployment according to bls, in september of 2012. that's not sitting well in the hispanic community and the talk today to the executive director of the hispanic leadership network. >> hispanics are looking at the unemployment rate which has been stuck at 10% and above for the last 44 months, and saying, mr. president, where are the jobs? you campaigned heavily in 2008 to bring jobs back to the hispanic community and they're not there. >> bret: break down this thing into these sections, into numbers that are not great. >> that's right, and look, i think the romney campaign has a sense that it's making progress in its argument among hispanic voters and i would not at all be surprised to see an even more concerted push for the romney campaign to make precisely that argument on unemployment, on jobs, with the hispanic community in particular. >> bret: okay, next up, the friday lig
latino men. medium to heavy build. the second man is described as having a medium build, five feet-five inches tall. the men convinced the victim to hand over a large sum of money in order to secure a winning lottery ticket. >> two men have been detained in connection with the killing of ambassador chris stevens. graduated from uc berkeley in 82. the two were stopped at an airport on wednesday. turkish police haven't commented on the report. the september 11th attack killed stevens and three other americans. >>> in australia, hundreds of firefighters are battling massive brushfires. 40 fires have been reported as hot and windy conditions are spanning the flames. bracing themselves for one of the worst brushfire seasons in years. >> hundreds of people in liver pool, england marked the 50th anniversary of the beatles first big song. got to number 17 on the british music charts and puts the group on the map. hit in 1964. working on the song when they were teenagers. >> a global fashion retailer cut the ribbon today on first west coast store in san francisco. >> hundreds of fashion lov
a woman out of her lifesavings. she was approached by two latino men. medium to heavy build. the second man is described as having a medium build, five feet-five inches tall. the men convinced the victim to hand over a large sum of money in order to secure a winning lottery ticket. >> two men have been detained in connection with the killing of ambassador chris stevens. graduated from uc berkeley in 82. the two were stopped at an airport on wednesday. turkish police haven't commented on the report. the september 11th attack killed stevens and three other americans. >>> in australia, hundreds of firefighters are battling massive brushfires. 40 fires have been reported as hot and windy conditions are spanning the flames. bracing themselves for one of the worst brushfire seasons in years. >> hundreds of people in liver pool, england marked the 50th anniversary of the beatles first big song. got to number 17 on the british music charts and puts the group on the map. hit in 1964. working on the song when they were teenagers. >> a global fashion retailer cut the ribbon today on first west coa
-american vote for barack obama, 0% for romney. but the latino vote is crucial on the strategy you mentioned of nevada. look how many times the president's gone to nevada. he even prepped for the denver debate in nevada. little picked up on the press, but he went to cesar chavez's burial site up in the mountains of california. and with ken salazar, a great latino representative of colorado, his interior secretary, they saved all of la paz, cesar chavez, the great labor organizer's home in person tuity by the federal government, now a federal government. that played well in hispanic newspapers around the country because chavez is the martin luther king in many ways for latinos. so you see the president's 70% or more with latinos, and it could make a difference just in nevada alone being able to pick that up. >> you spent time with our president. and obviously, it's a great piece. what did you see in his eyes? what are we not feeling? did you see a guy empowered? nervous? just as guy to guy, you sitting there, walk away. >> he's unflappable. and he's ready to roll. i asked him about denver, wh
latino and an msnbc contributor. thank you both for joining me. >> thank you, reverend. >> david, what do these latest tapes tell you about governor romney? >> i'm glad you played that second tape. if you listen to it carefully and think about it for a moment, it says that mitt romney wants america to compete with china for having an environment more hospitable for business, but why do businesses go to china? they go because there are low wages and weak labor protections and nonexistent environmental standards. so, is he suggesting that's what he wants for american workers and american consumers? i mean, it's not a well thought out idea. certainly nothing he will talk about in the campaign. and since we're in the closing days, probably nothing he'll be pressed on. but he's saying, hey, guys, we have to be as bad as china in order to get businesses to come here rather than go there. >> and it's also a mischaracterization of his position and the president's. another thing that struck me is when i heard mrs. romney at the fund-raiser say the president isn't adult enough to lead the country.
latino advocacy groups over a new character. this is the trailer for sophia the first. it is a tv movie set to air next month. sophia's mother is from spain making her the first princess with hispanic-inspired roots. but they say the fair skinned, blue eyed character may not be an adequate repation. they say she is a mixed heritage princess living in a melting pot kingdom. >>> the world of comedy officially has a new queen. ellen degeneres usually spends her time us laugh on her daytime talk show. but she found herself in the kennedy center audience here in town last night. she is this year's recipient of the mark twain prize for humor. it honors social commentary embodied by twain's work. >> do i what i do. i don't do it for any other reason other than making people happy. >> it is the observational type of humor that is kind of lost today. and she is one of the few that still does it and does it so well. >> she kind. lays it all out there. the stuff that we're ashame of and she just says it. >> she has done so much for so many people and i think we're all here because we're honored to
honeymooners? >> gretchen: what? >> you know what? i deplore in bough the debates not one mention of any latino issues. how is that? >> brian: that is unbelievable. that would -- >> or any urban issues. >> gretchen: interesting transition. but here we go. we should know today whether or not a body found in colorado is that of ten-year-old jessica ridgeway. police are having trouble identifying the body and here is the horrible part, because it is apparently not intact. jessica, that is, disappeared a week ago while walking to school on wednesday, a body was found in a park seven miles from where she was last seen. authorities will hold a news conference this afternoon. they plan to release more information then. >>> one month after ambassador chris stevens was murdered, the obama administration has named a new american envoy to libya. lawrence pope is the new man in charge. he will represent our country -- >> brian: you're getting better and better. >> gretchen: my french is coming back from high school. >> brian: i took german. >> gretchen: until the white house nominates a new one. he was an
african-american latino unemployment is what is causing our unemployment rate to be near 8% because if you look at white unemployment, white female unemployment it's 6%. when you understand the core of the problem starts in preschool where children are not prepared and by third grade, black, hispanic and white students begin to diverge not because there's something wrong with the black and hispanic students but communities where -- >> dr. dyson -- >> thank you. the appropriate acknowledgement. >> when you have poverty, i've talked to people in education who say i cannot get kids to pass a standardized test when they're falling asleep on their desk in the morning because they're hungry, haven't had breakfast because they went to bed at 11:00 last night not because the parents are bad parents but mom is working overnight to pay the rent, parents are working two and three jobs. not the 47% because they're lazy. they're not able to make a living. all the factors that ignores. >> affirmative action has become a dog whistle for getting this takers makers thing. rush limbaugh said something last
, massive lead with blacks, latinos, unmarried women, do you think that that maintains and helps protect the small lead that he has? >> i think it does and i think it is what's keeping states like colorado and virginia close. i think the national polls show obama with an overwhelming advantage among nonwhite voters and even though he's fallen off a lot with white voters looks like he's at the threshold to win if nonwhite voiters turn out the same rate four years ago. i don't think we know whether or not they will but if the ground game and enthusiasm regenerates, romney would struggle to overcome that especially in nevada and virginia and to a lesser extent south carolina and florida. >> if you look at the snap polls, they have romney squarely winning on the economy. ybs with 65% to 34%. if we believe what we believed all year the economy is most important to voters and giving the win overall to obama, then what is this sort of portend? that the economy's going to be an important issue and like obama so much to forget that it's so bad? what do you make of that? >> i have one question abo
to the african-american community and to the latino community and the whole voter suppression movement of trying to limit how many people can vote, voter i.d., disenfranchisement, and there's a backlash. that's something that's going to motivate people in a new way. >> i think there is something of a thrill still there for most people. i think you're talking about a fringe that are disappointed now, but most understand the historic importance of a black president. i wonder if you talked to people about how they would feel, the pain they might feel if obama was not re-elected. >> that is a very good point, and i think that's become clearer and clearer over the last few weeks. i mean, i'll be hohn with you. i went to a snoop dogg concert in may, and i was disturbed by some of the young people who basically said, look, obama has got four years. it's time for somebody new. what's the other guy's name? i don't know. >> they're not going to vote, though, are they? >> it's the attention deficit dysfunctional syndrome. i think as we've gone through the debates, as we've gone through the conventions, as
, there's a gender gap, but a lot is driven by african-american women. latino women. southeast asian women who haven't forgotten george allen, who is also on the senate ticket. that suggests to me that the real question of whether or not it's going to have an impact on the presidential race is whether or not those parts of the obama for america 2012 machine are prepared to turn out those communities, and not just sort of thinking about like women as an interest group. you know, relative to these reproductive rights policies. >> what do you know about how good they are? the logistics of running a get out the vote operation don't work the same for all types of voters, right? >> right. now the virginia campaign to get out women of color and to get out voters in northern virginia is extremely good. and then there's a hurricane. and the question of whether or not those few days of the president showing up in virginia and having something to say and indicating how important that state is to him is kind of hard to tell from this distance. but they have been very good at exactly the communities wh
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